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€1 250 000 (HAI)**
**agency fees included : 5 % TTC to be paid by the buyer
(€1 190 500 without fees)
|Surface||329 M2*||Plot Size||6070 M2|
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An extremely light and spacious property a short 3km drive to the popular village of Lorgues , set in stunning countryside in a commanding position with incredible views. Beautifully presented with four incredibly spacious bedrooms all with en suites. Large open spaces for modern living. Stunning pool and surrounding areas.
With easy access along a country lane you will find this stunning home nestled into a country setting yet at a short drive from the popular village of Lorgues.
Electronic gates open out onto a flat spacious parking area with space for many cars , including a car port and a double garage.
First impressions immaculate presentation , the front entrance lies within a covered porch way.
On entering you will not be disappointed. A spacious hallway leads through to a stunning living area tastefully decorated with a fireplace and insert, feature alcoves, and several french doors lead out onto a south facing terrace overlooking the beautiful pool area and fabulous views beyond.
Just off the living area you will find a good sized dining area also with doors leading to the exterior and again those stunning views.
Through the dining area lies the kitchen which is fully equipped and leads out to a covered terrace eating area, there is also an additional working kitchen.
A second entrance hallway leads through to two beautifully spacious bedrooms each with ensuite shower rooms and access to the exterior terraces pool side, making these two bedrooms ideal for B&B or summer rentals.
All bedrooms have television points and internet.
From the main entrance hallway a staircase leads you up to the first floor with a further two bedrooms one being the Master suite with spacious bathroom and dressing area also a balcony terraced area overlooking the pool area and magnificent views beyond.
A doorway in the hallway takes you through to a double garage , currently being used as a gym and additional relaxation space but could easily be reinstated into a garage if required.
There is a good-size pool house, storage for garden and pool furniture. An extremely spacious basement area of 130 m2 which has a multiple of uses. A mix of covered and open terraces surround the pool area.
A beautiful natural garden of 6070 m2 surrounds the property , with plenty of flat areas and some wooded. The Swimming Pool has a horizon strip and is a great size 14M long and 6M wide , with a backdrop of stunning mountain views.
there is also a second entrance gate to the property for deliveries or for rental use.
*These data are for information only and have no contractual value. Leggett Immobilier cannot be held responsible for any inaccuracies that may occur.*
**The currency conversion is for convenience of reference only.
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